Den Amstel, GDF battle into GFF quarterfinals

Sebastian Edwards of Pouderoyen clearing an attempted pass from the his defensive third, during his team’s clash with the GDF at the Den Amstel ground, in the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) ‘Super 16 Year-end Classic

Den Amstel and the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) marched into the quarterfinal round of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) ‘Super 16 Year-end Classic’, defeating Indigenous All-Stars and Pouderoyen respectively yesterday.

Staged at the Den Amstel Community ground, Den Amstel downed Indigenous All-Stars 2-1. Gavin Graham bagged a double in the third and 43rd minute.

For the loser, Peter Parks scored in the 12th minute. Meanwhile, Guyana Defence Force (GDF) edged Pouderoyen 1-0. Delwyn Fraser netted in the fourth minute.

Part of the action between GDF (red) and Pouderoyen in the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) ‘Super 16 Year-end Classic, between at the Den Amstel ground

The event resumes on Wednesday 20th. At 18:30hrs, Western Tigers oppose Grove Hi-Tech, while Fruta Conquerors tackle Ann’s Grove at 20:30hrs.

The final matches in the round of 16 stage commence on Friday 22nd December at the Buxton Community ground. Victoria Kings will oppose the Guyana Police Force at 18:00hrs, while Buxton United lock horns with New Amsterdam United from 21:00hrs.

The event which is being sponsored by Top Brandz Distributors under the Corona Beer Brand, will feature 16 teams competing in a knockout format.

January 1st is slated for the championship match at the National Stadium, Providence. The winner of the event will pocket $2,000,000 and a trophy, while the runner-up will collect $1,000,000 and the respective accolade.

On the other hand, the third and fourth place finishers will walk away with $500,000 and $250,000 correspondingly.

Complete Results


GDF-1 vs Pouderoyen-0

Delwyn Fraser-4th


Den Amstel – 2 vs Indigenous All-Stars – 1

Den Amstel Scorer

Gavin Graham-3rd and 43rd

Indigenous Scorer

Peter Parks-12th

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